Norfolk Arms Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... not far away in the village of the same name. Then on another occasion we visited the house where Rudyard Kipling lived.
Originally the land was granted to a Du Percy who L believes came over to England with the Norman invasion and were granted lands in Northumberland and given the title of the Duke of Northumberland. It was only of minor importance to the first Duke and his descendants who rarely visited the place.
During the 16th ...
... by the name of Morgan in the mid 17th cent. A small Tudor house that forms one wing of the present house already existed on the site. This Morgan fellow was quite a wealthy business man and coal mine owner who married a woman with a very large dowry to add to his fortunes.
His descendants continued to add to the family fortunes over coming centuries both from the existing business and even from having the road between the coal mines and the port ...
... and one of the Kings offered to fund it’s finishing it was only granted on the basis of the building being consecrated and thus becoming a church. We did come to the Louvre with the glass pyramid now standing in the courtyard. This glass pyramid was very controversial when it was built in the 1980’s, and now the entrance to the Louvre is under it. We were going to get off and have a quick look in the Louvre but there was a great long ...
... tyre thing was that we had to backtrack into Chelyabinsk and locate another tyre. Unfortunately D couldn’t get a Michelin as he wanted but had to settle for a Bridgestone that was more expensive than the Michelin we had got in Murmansk. L spent a frustrating 2 hours to change money at the bank, normally a quick and very easy process. It was after 8pm by the time we were back on the road again. After a few hours sleep my humans were quite disappointed to ...
... on France which is why he wanted the crown of England to begin with. This war lasts for 25 years.
Parliament continues to make it difficult for Catholics. In 1689 the Acts of Toleration were passed which granted freedom for non-conformist Protestants such as Quakers, Baptists, Methodists, and etc. but still not Catholics. Catholics are not allowed to be members of Parliament and they are not allowed to ...